You’re single and you’ve made it through a few winter weddings, but just when you thought it was over, here you are again. Smile big, it’s spring wedding season. It’s an uphill climb ladies, time to make it through like you’ve been doing this for years (maybe you have) and use our single’s drinking guide to surviving wedding season:read more
Beer / May 24, 2015 / No Comments.
Can you petal while you booze? There’s a new trend that’s about to seriously enhance the pub-crawl experience. Over in Sacramento they had the brilliant idea to utilize a party bike to transport you from one day-drinking spot to the next.read more
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We’re not the type of people who need a reason to drink. If we’re breathing that’s reason enough. But for those who need more, here you go:
1. Long Weekend: You’ve got three days of not working staring you right in the face. Accept the challenge.read more
No, we’re not talking about your high school gym locker. You’ve probably heard of wine lockers—where fans of the vino stash their favorite high priced wines in restaurants and bars around the country. Now, whiskey drinkers can get in on the action. Certain bars across the country are offering lockers where patrons can store their favorite whiskey (and other liquors) for future visits. Steak & Whisky in Hermosa Beach, CA has a steep price tag of $500 for a year long rental, but if you buy $500 worth of liquor and wine, it’s 40% off. Not only can you have your personal favorites ready for you every time you dine, but you can also treat your friends when you can’t make it and take advantage of purchasing rare whiskies and cognacs at 40% off the retail price.read more
Whether you’re a partygoer, sports fan, or just the average radio listener the words “Red Solo Cup” will render a similar mental image amongst those alike. The cup has revolutionized drinking in the past decade, becoming an American cultural symbol and representing the social life of college students and “twenty somethings.” The Red Solo Cup began gaining social presence when photo sharing and social media sites like Facebook and Myspace (which seems like ancient history) took off in the early 2000s. People started posting pictures of themselves with friends while holding their solo cup firmly in hand—a clear indication of drinking and party fun. Want proof? Just check out your friend’s Instagram feed, which most like features one picture with solo cups scattered around the kitchen counter of a house party, in classic beer pong formation, or held up with pride at a tailgate.read more
It used to be that you’d only buy a bottle of wine with a screw top because you were a cheap party-hopper and didn’t want to risk spilling a drop between gulps. Lucky for you times have changed.read more
Do you ever find yourself getting bored with your go-to booze? When you’ve grown tired of that mundane drink order, we’ll be here to walk you through what’s new and noteworthy this week:read more
Dragging your but out of bed to hit the gym as the sun rises has not been easy these past few months. And saying no to a slice of birthday cake was truly not a piece of cake either. We can only hope all your hard work has paid off!read more
If you’ve been to Wauconda, Illinois you know all about Small Town Brewery. If you’ve never been there (which is likely), allow us to introduce you:read more
The great state of California is the place to be if you’re looking to get into either the wine or the technology business. These two booming industries recently joined forces to better the atmosphere and save energy while producing one of our favorite beverages. Believe it or not, the batteries produced and used by Tesla to power their energy efficient cars are now also working to power wineries.read more